Succession of Philosophers in Greece.
... Stromata, or Miscellanies: Book I Chapter XIV."Succession of Philosophers in Greece. ...
But the style of philosophy among them, as Hebraic and enigmatical, is ...
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The Greek Philosophy in Great Part Derived from the Barbarians.
... Thus philosophy, a thing of the highest utility, flourished in antiquity among the
barbarians, shedding its light over the ... And afterwards it came to Greece. ...
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The Land and the People.
... From little Phoenicia the world has derived the alphabet, from little Greece philosophy
and art, from little Palestine the best of all"the true religion and ...
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The Use of Philosophy to the Gnostic.
... But the word of our Teacher remained not in Judea alone, as philosophy did in Greece;
but was diffused over the whole world, over every nation, and village ...
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Our Hope is the Personal Return of Our Redeemer.
... corrupt. The ruins of ancient Greece bear witness to the failure and inadequacy
of philosophy. The hope of Legislation has failed. ...
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The Jewish Institutions and Laws of Far Higher Antiquity than the ...
... we must now speak of the epoch of Moses, by which the philosophy of the ... And in Greece,
in the time of Phoroneus, who succeeded Inachus, the flood of Ogyges ...
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The Extension of the Church Throughout the World
... Jewish influences give way to Greece and Rome.] The Church was now spreading far
westward and coming into closer contact with the philosophy of Greece and the ...
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'A Dew from the Lord'
... It could teach Greece no philosophy, no art, no refinement, no sensitiveness to
the beautiful. It could teach Rome no lessons of policy or government. ...
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Book iv Thus Gently Sang the Lady Philosophy with Dignified Mien ...
... THUS gently sang the Lady Philosophy with dignified mien and grave countenance;
and when she ... of blood, when he sought to fill the sails of the fleet of Greece. ...
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... he is privileged to know that the spirit of the Ancient Greece is not ... History and
philosophy, oratory and the elements of mathematical science claim as their ...
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Nave's Topical Index1 Corinthians 1:22,23
For the Jews require a sign, and the Greeks seek after wisdom:Nave's Topical Index
Greece: Gentiles Called "Greeks"
Greece: Inhabitants of Accept the Messiah
Greece: Inhabitants of Called "Gentiles" (Non-Jews)
Greece: Inhabitants of Desire to See Jesus
Greece: Inhabitants of Marry Among the Jews
Greece: Inhabitants of Persecute the Early Christians
Greece: Philosophy of
Greece: Poets of
Greece: Prophecies Concerning
Greece: Schools of Philosophy in Athens
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